FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT TYPES OF SERVICES CAN YOU PROVIDE?

-Property posted on the Wasatch Front MLS and many other sites through IDX feed

-Receive offers for you

-Review offers/counteroffers with you, look for potential problems, strategize with you and answer questions

-Prepare responses to offers/counteroffers

-Handle contract negotiations

-Prepare and oversee all transaction paperwork

-Open Escrow with Title Company

-Monitor deadlines

-Communicate with other parties (buyers, sellers or their agents)

-Help you get to the closing table

**You handle all showings and open houses - See Services page for Add On Services


WHERE IS YOUR OFFICE?

I am a Virtual Real Estate Agent. I handle everything via phone, text and email. I am able to keep my fees low because I don't have the expenses of a fancy office or commuting all over Utah.

I FOUND A POTENTIAL BUYER ON MY OWN BUT WANT TO PUT MY HOME ON THE MLS ALSO. WHAT WILL I OWE YOU IF I SELL TO THE BUYER I FOUND MYSELF?

If you sell your home to anyone during the time that we have a listing agreement in place or within 3 months after the agreement expires then 1% is due to DIY Realtors at closing.


WHY SHOULD I CHOOSE DIY REALTORS?

-Sellers typically pay 6% to sell their home (3% to Listing Agent and 3% to the Buyers Agent). My fees are much lower and you can choose the level of service that you want. You will save thousands of dollars and still receive great service that would cost you more elsewhere. (Please note you do your own showings and open houses)

-Other flat fee companies have too many listings to give yours the attention needed. Also they are known for not answering their phones or returning calls and emails.


WHAT IF I AM ALREADY UNDER CONTRACT ON MY OWN (No Agent) - CAN I USE YOUR SERVICES?

Yes - contact me to discuss further


DO I HAVE TO OFFER 3% TO THE BUYERS AGENT?

No. The MLS requires you to offer a Buyers Agent Commission but you determine the amount of that. Agents are usually fine with anything above 2% so 2.5% should not be a problem.